La Casa de Esperanza started out in 1966 as History Builders. This was a child-care group helping children of…More Spanish-speaking homes make a smoother transition into the English-speaking school district of Waukesha. Now La Casa, the organization has grown and spread into the community as a positive force of growth, development and educational support.
La Casa offers the community five fundamental programs, including a Children, Family and Youth Program, which includes a thriving Early Childhood Education Center; Workforce Development to aid low-income people seeking economic self-sufficiency; La Casa Village I and II, which offers affordable and private apartments to low-income seniors and disabled individuals; the Weatherization Program, which identifies energy waste and provides energy -aving measures and education to low-income residential households; and La Casa Clinica, which specializes in mental health, alcohol and drug treatment programs.
For more information on services or donations, call the main number, where you will be directed to the appropriate department or person.